Now go test the sponge sitting in your kitchen sink. If it stays wet, it's toxic.
How many trips do you make to angelkitty.jp, Charles?
And yet, I haven't died. Amazing.
I bet car steering wheels are nearly as bad.
News flash: Germs are everywhere, and that's generally OK. Your body is very, very good at defending itself from the little beasties. Yay for skin and mucus!
(You could use Purell or some other alcohol sanitizer, but then you're just breeding alcohol-resistant bacteria.)
yes, but it's my gut and my nose.
Is it that time of year already? It seems like every spring they trot out the "your keyboard is dirtier than your toilet seat" articles. They must be planted by Dow Chemical or Unilever to sell spring cleaning products.
hush, poe, hush.
I totes just picked my nose then went back to scrolling just now, and I found this article....hmm
FEAR! BE AFRAID! PANIC! You know all those drownings of young male college students? Clearly they were actually the result of some germ that drove them to find water and forget how to swim.
Yet flesh-eating and resistant bacteria infections don't come from keyboards or steering wheels or even toilet seats. They come from antiseptic hospitals.
So, the keyboard is like a gym for my immune system...sweet.
So the keyboard reflects what is in your nose and gut but what about what comes out of your penis. Every guy has tossed at least one off while sitting at their computer and continued the one handed typing routine.
I have never come on my keyboard. just sayin'.
But everything you've ever touched has touched your computer. We're not talking big globs here. Though some of the people I work with.... I've cleaned most of a sandwich out of some of the keyboards around here (and I don't even want to talk about what I've found inside the mouse ball cavity).
I'm creeped out every time I use the keyboards at Scarecrow Video to search for DVDs.
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